Ocampolucero Receives TCIA Treecare Safety Professional Certification

Ocampolucero Receives TCIA Treecare Safety Professional Certification

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Iban Ocampolucero was recently awarded a TCIA Treecare Safety Professional Certification.

Maintaining a Certified Treecare Safety Professional on staff means that an organization is committed to safe practices in arboricultural operations. CTSPs are kept abreast of the latest technological advances and regulatory activities affecting the industry through the TCIA safety network and must commit to ongoing education in the safety field in order to maintain their certification.

Because safety regulations and industry standards are continually evolving, the ongoing education requirement is vital to maintaining a legitimate safety program within a given company. In order to fulfill program requirements, CTSPs must complete a study guide, attend a two-day training workshop, and pass a rigorous exam. Once certified, CTSPs must complete at least 30 hours of training others, or receiving education themselves, every three years.

“Being aware of the latest safety, regulatory, and technological issues and advances is crucial to succeeding in our industry. CN Utility Consulting is proud to have people like Iban on our team, who recognize the value and necessity of continuing their education in these areas,” said Derek Vannice, vice president of operations for CN Utility Consulting.

For more information about the Tree Care Industry Association or the Certified Treecare Safety Professional program, visit www.tcia.org.

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